New: Best in Mount Pearl Awards
The City of Mount Pearl is home to many amazing people and we want to recognize those who go above and beyond! This year we are introducing a bigger and broader awards ceremony to honour our most outstanding citizens who through their achievements and extraordinary efforts have made exemplary contributions to the community.
Combining both the Citizen of the Year and the Pearl Awards, as well as introducing new award categories, the Best in Mount Pearl Awards ceremony will take place on Thursday, July 18th, 2019 to help kick-off our annual City Days celebrations. This event provides us with an opportunity to showcase residents, groups or businesses who “lead the pack”, take risks to innovate, establish new partnerships, question established ways of doing things and pioneer new approaches. The awards will recognize ideas and people that rise above challenges with vision, creativity and teamwork.
Deadline for Nominations: Friday, June 21st
Awards and Nominations Forms:
Awarded to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the City over their lifetime (20+ years).
Citizen of the Year
Awarded to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the City in the past year.
Community Group of the Year
Awarded to a not-for-profit organization for outstanding service to the community.
Impact in Music, Arts and Culture
Awarded to an individual or group whose artistic accomplishments brought recognition to the City, or for their outstanding contribution to fostering and developing music, arts or cultural opportunities in the City.
This award is presented to those citizens, groups, businesses, industry or organizations who have made a significant contribution toward the protection or enhancement of the environment.
This award is presented to an individual or business who enhances quality of life and aesthetics through architectural or landscape design, advances environmental stewardship and/or promotes sustainable design.
This award is presented to an individual or business who promotes food security and healthy eating or enhancing food access and diversity through their garden.
Contact Us For More Information:
Rosie Stead, Community Events Coordinator